Taconic Investment Partners LLC, a New York owner, operator and developer of commercial and residential real estate, is pleased to announce...

Taconic Investment Partners LLC, a New York owner, operator and developer of commercial and residential real estate, is pleased to announce the release of its final residence at The Sterling Mason in TriBeCa – Penthouse C. Listed for $18.95 million, this coveted duplex penthouse seamlessly embraces indoor/outdoor living including a private, wraparound terrace comprised of more than 1,000 square feet.

"The Sterling Mason's Penthouse C is a buyer's dream, located in the heart of TriBeCa, one of Manhattan's most prolific neighborhoods," said Daniel McInerney, vice president of Taconic Investment Partners. "This grand home offers quintessential city views, refined architectural details and finishes that represent sophisticated and modern living in a full-service, loft-style building."

The 4,986-square-foot penthouse includes four bedrooms, six bathrooms (including two powder rooms), a grand foyer and a fireplace. The master suite – the largest in The Sterling Mason – boasts an enormous walk-in closet and windowed master bathroom with heated herringbone Bianco Dolomiti marble floors. An ideal living space for an art connoisseur, the home features a 40-foot-long, gallery-like living/dining room with French doors that lead to its expansive 1,065-square-foot terrace, which offers magnificent views.

Other Penthouse C features include custom walnut cabinetry and millwork by renowned cabinet maker Henrybuilt, honed imperial Danby marble slab countertops and backsplash, and a Wolf integrated electric convection wall oven. The spa-like master bath includes hand-laid herringbone tile floors, a one-of-a-kind Lefroy Brooks soaking bath and an oversized double White Oak vanity.

Bruce Ehrmann, J. Roger Erickson and Christopher Morales of Douglas Elliman are handling the listing.

Located at 71 Laight Street in the highly desirable, landmarked northwest historic district of TriBeCa, The Sterling Mason was designed by award-winning architect Morris Adjmi, whose design included the transformation of a 1905-built masonry loft warehouse and new construction "twin" into 32 luxury residences. Owners enjoy bespoke concierge services including a lobby with a 24-hour concierge, a doorman, library lounge with a built-in service bar and catering kitchen, private fitness room with a yoga and exercise studio, available private storage, children's playroom, available parking space in the building's garage and more. Additionally, The Sterling Mason's central viewing garden was designed by the award-winning landscape designer Deborah Nevins.

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